Requires a permit in advance, from the Chief
Plant Inspector, Department of Agriculture, 1849 Auiki Street,
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96819. Call (808) 832-0566 for information.
For disease control entry requirements, contact
the Hawaii Department of Agriculture's State Veterinarian's Office at
Require a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI), also known as a
health certificate, that must be signed by a State, Federal, or
The CVI must be seven or fewer days old, list and give a description
of the rabbit(s) in the shipment, must state that the rabbit(s) were
not showing signs of infectious, contagious and/or communicable
diseases and were found free of external parasites.
Rabbits are allowed to enter the State
only through the Honolulu
where they are required to be submitted by an agent of the airline
to the Airport Animal Quarantine Holding Facility for inspection. Hours
of inspection are 7:45am – 4:30pm.
Once inspection is complete and all entry requirements have been met,
the rabbits may be released to the importer.
Llamas and Alpacas:
Requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection
(CVI) that must be signed by a State, Federal, or accredited
The CVI must be seven or fewer days old and
must state that all requirements have been fulfilled and include
statement: Free of external parasites.
Required to meet the same entry requirements as
cattle, except for anaplasmosis testing.